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While We're Talking Cajun...

Speaking of Nawlins-style grub, Rosey Baby is offering a special through Friday night on their famous garlic blue crabs and crawfish boil. While the little buggers last, if you purchase a dozen Cajun-boiled blue crabs or garlic crabs, the Babe will throw in a pound of fresh-daily Cajun-boiled crawdads for absolutely free. Not a bad bargain, especially considering these crawfish are the real deal, shipped in live from Louisiana during season and boiled in an intoxicatingly spicy broth until they're just bursting with flavor. We gave 'em Best Crawfish Boil last year for a reason, folks.

Likewise, if you pony up to a five-pound bucket o' bugs, the Babe will give you two of them thar blue crabs on the house. Or, get their "platter of shells" - which comes with blue crab, crawfish, shrimp, oysters, and clams - and choose a free desert, from bananas foster to bourbon pecan pie to Louisiana bread pudding. To entertain you while you're pounding back all manner of aquatic life, Jim and Ellen will be playing on the Rosey "stage" from 9:30 p.m. for no cover. Noice.

Rosey Baby
4587 N. University Dr. in Lauderhill
954-749-5627
www.roseybaby.com

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